Oliver Bogner has always been an entrepreneur and started his career in 2006 as a Disc Jockey and Club Promoter in Los Angeles through his event production company GO Entertainment. Producing nearly 100 events per year, Bogner grew GO Entertainment from a 1 man operation to a 15 person company. In 2009 he launched Bogner Entertainment Television, focused on non-fiction television and sold his first show, Party Prince 90210 (based on his own life) to E! Television. In the course of his career he has worked as an executive producer at companies such as Gay Rosenthal Productions (Behind The Music), T Group Production (Storage Hunters), Intuitive Entertainment (Millionaire Matchmaker), Gurney Productions (Duck Dynasty), and FremantleMedia (American Idol). In 2014 Bogner is slated to deliver and executive produce over 80 hours of original television, through his own company Bogner Entertainment which is now financed by Relativity Media (Act of Valor, 300, Catfish, Guy's Grocery Games). Bogner currently executive produces the hit shows My Five Wives on TLC, Kim Of Queens on Lifetime, The Last Frontiersmen on Discovery and has series in production for History, Food, Animal Planet, NatGeo and TLC. He co-founded a fashion technology company Spylight, co-founded a job discovery app JobSnap, serves as a consultant for a apparel line MaachiWare, and as a consultant for a social media management company HashTack. In the course of his young career Bogner has made a name for himself - he has been profiled by Los Angeles Times, Forbes Magazine, USA Today, Elite Daily and OC Register and recognized by the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. He is currently a senior at Chapman University.

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iMedia Breakthrough Summit

Breakthrough: The Next Wave of Marketing